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It had begun to grow dark when my household returned, and grandmother was so tired that she went at once to bed.
We must also believe, and we say it with regret, that the prologue had begun slightly to weary the audience at the moment when his eminence had arrived, and created a diversion in so terrible a fashion.
This same representation which had been begun amid so unanimous an acclamation
For the first time since the conversation had begun, she let a question pass without making a reply.
The band had begun the prelude to the waltz, and Francis Aldersley was waiting for his partner.
Another custom begun at this time was that of the pitcher of water by the bedside to furnish relief to my scorched and sizzling membranes.
John of Gaunt made up his mind to resist this claim, and John Wyclif, who had already begun to preach against the power of the Pope, helped him.
He would have resented the suggestion profoundly, but the truth of the matter was that Dudley Pickering, after a late start, had begun to play Indians.
And then, just as he had begun to contemplate the possibility of abandoning the whole adventure and returning home, he was jerked back to boyhood again by the sound of voices.
However, USDA cannot demonstrate the effectiveness of its support for beginning farmers, because it has not developed a crosscutting, departmental strategic goal for its beginning farmer efforts and has only recently begun to analyze the characteristics of this group.
In these places, and in others where my firm has worked, leaders have begun to stop seeing their cities and counties as points on a globe.